Metaphysical meaning of Bigvai (mbd)
Bigvai, blg'-vai (Heb.)--happy; fortunate; a husbandman; a gardener; of the people.
a More than two thousand of his descendants returned from the Babylonian captivity with Zerubbabel. and later seventy more returned (Ezra 2:14; 8:14). b A man by this name also joined Nehemiah in sealing the covenant (Neh. 10:16).
Meta. The recognition by the individual that his own thought people (of the people) make or mar his life. This understanding that one's good or ill does not depend upon chance, upon other persons, or upon any one or anything outside of oneself, brings true happiness because it gives one a working basis for transforming oneself and one's world (happy, fortunate, a husbandman).